Go eco-chic with Carter Design's good-for-the-earth-and-home décor.
Peacocking! Interior design diva Genevieve Carter’s new eco-friendly wallpaper revives her Beaux-Arts heritage.
As the great-great-granddaughter of Beaux-Arts pioneer Stanford White, interior designer Genevieve Carter, 38, is architecture royalty. After a series of commercial projects for large-scale retailers like Oliver Peoples, Undefeated, and Urban Outfitters, Carter, along with her husband and business partner, Cy, 40, takes on a more personal venture: a collection of wallpaper inspired by White’s historic summer estate Box Hill, built in 1885 on Long Island. Although the peacock design, tendrilled flora, and rich colors are decidedly 19th century, the wallpaper lives up to today’s green standards: Each page ($197) is printed with eco-friendly inks and boasts zero volatile organic compounds.